Christopher Spring Leadership Award
Chris was a passionate and driven cytometry specialist who made a national impact in his field. After completing his MSc at McMaster University, he moved to Toronto where he began his career as a flow cytometry core facility specialist (2010-2019). In this role, Chris made an enormous impact as a dedicated educator, assisting countless students to complete their degrees. He also played an important role in driving new technologies with his work on small particle cytometry. Importantly, Chris’s scientific impact in the cytometry community extended nationally as he served on the executive board of the Canadian Cytometry and Microscopy Association from 2013 to 2019. Through this avenue, he collaborated extensively with both academic and private sectors and played a pivotal role in liaising with granting agencies to improve funding for infrastructure, granting policies and processes.
The Christopher Spring Leadership Award is designed to engage Canadian core facility leaders with the broader cytometry community. The successful applicant will have a demonstrated commitment to leadership, education, collaboration, and innovation in the field of cytometry. The recipient of this award will receive support for travel, accommodation, and registration for the CCMA CoLD Summit 2023 in Ottawa, and is expected to host a workshop at this meeting. Eligibility for this award extends to Canadian core facility staff at any career stage or title.
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If you are the successful applicant, you will be contacted by a session manager to participate in a workshop at the CCMA CoLD Summit 2023. Pitch us your best workshop idea- in no more than 250 words.
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